File BUL 1/3/1-55, 561X5 - Letters to HLB, mostly concerning politics and parliamentary affairs

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BUL 1/3/1-55, 561X5


Letters to HLB, mostly concerning politics and parliamentary affairs


  • 1831-1837 (Creation)

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? J. Bennett, 1835; ? J. Besley, 1836; Sir Francis Burdett (DNB), 1833; George Byng, 1837 (with lists of subscribers to enable Mr Fonblanque to maintain 'The Examiner'); Dr C. Calebs, nd; John Hobart Caradoc (later Lord Howden DNB), 1833; Lord Clanricarde, 1836, nd (2); Alexander Edmund Cockburn (DNB), 1836 (seeks appointment in Penang); William Considine, 1835 (asks if HLB is coming out to fight in Spanish Civil War); Frederick Dayson, 1835 (3), with draft letter to 'my dear Lord' on back of 3/14); Lord Durham (DNB), 1836; Sir John Easthope (DNB), 1835, 1837, nd (3); James Emerson, 1831 (measures for obviating necessity of poor rates in Ireland); Mrs Charlotte FitzGerald, 1834; Albany Fonblanque (DNB), 1837, nd (2); 'Germanicus', 1832 (in French, unfit for production); Lord Glenelg (DNB), 1836; Daniel Whittle Harvey (DNB), nd; Abraham Hayward (DNB), 1834; William Jerdan (DNB), nd; Robert Newton Lee, 1835 (seeks details of Disraeli's membership of Westminster Reform Club); H.S. ? Legar, 1836, nd (3); Princess Lieven, 1835; Edward Lytton Bulwer (later Lord Lytton DNB), nd, 1837 (2, incl. 1 about repentance of Madame d'A); Lord Melbourne (DNB), 1831 (1; 3 draft letters from HLB, nd); William Molesworth (DNB), 1837; Samuel March Phillipps (DNB), 1833; Pozzo di Borgo, 1831, 1834 (2, former to Mr Cumming); Henry F. Richardson, 1832; John Henry St Aubyn, nd; John Smith (possibly John Abel Smith DNB), 1837; Thomas Spring-Rice (DNB), 1836; Edward John Stanley (later Lord Stanley DNB), 1836 (3 incl. 1 incomplete); R. Verney-Cave, 1836; Charles P. Villiers (DNB), 1835; Henry Warburton (DNB), 1835 (2); 1 unidentified ?Sir HLB, 1836; Lord Palmerston (DNB), 1832 (copy letter to Lord Granville (DNB) praising HLB's speech on the Germanic Diet).

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